If there is a God I don't think He's too interested in me.
The Bible says that not only does God see us all as individuals, He even knows how many hairs we have on our heads.
Most likely you were taught in school that there's no God. The media constantly mocks any suggestion that God exists. You’re here because of sheer chance. A series of lucky circumstances that somehow sparked off chemical reactions. You know the story.
Did you know that a huge number of scientists don’t actually believe that stuff? However, we don’t want to get into that debate right now. There are some excellent resources available if you would like to hear the other side of the story. (See our Links page)
What we ask you is
If we could prove there is a God, how would you react?
The reason we often don’t want to accept there is a God is that if He does exist it raises other questions like “Why did He make me? Why am I here? Does He expect anything from me?”
You might choose to ignore all the evidence of God’s existence. It’s easier that way. Then you don’t have to worry about the way you are. But the Bible says that it’s the fool who claims there’s no God (Psalm 53:1 in the Bible). Trouble is, it also says that you’ll need to give an account of your life to Him. “It is appointed to men once to die, but after this the judgement” (Hebrews 9:27 in the Bible). This will happen whether or not you actually believe there is a God.
If you do believe in God, exactly who is your God?
OK, you say you believe in God, but is that enough? It is possible to have your own ideas about God and miss the mark completely. Jesus said He was the only way to God (John 14:6 in the Bible). The Bible says there is no other way to God except through Him (Acts 4:12 in the Bible).
We are convinced that Jesus was the Son of God and we think you should take Him seriously. There’s some good news, but there’s also some bad news